21 Sep 2006, 02:48pm by Mike Tanier
Here's our look at all the big games in a week filled with big games. This week featuring French and more commentary destined to turn Vikings fans into this year's Falcons fans.
130 comments, Last at 25 Sep 2006, 6:21pm by DavidH
20 Sep 2006, 12:57am by Mike Tanier
Michael Koenen could not make it a full year as a combo kicker/punter. How did the last guy who did it lose his job? (Click link to read more.)
15 Sep 2006, 11:27am by Mike Tanier
Mike Tanier breaks down the first touchdowns of the season at the subatomic level, searching for insights one frame at a time. Will he uncover hidden truths about the upcoming season? Will he be driven mad? Will he spell Manumaleuna and Lekkerkerker properly?
47 comments, Last at 19 Sep 2006, 8:36am by Peter, Denmark
15 Sep 2006, 01:20am by Mike Tanier
San Diego ran the ball 48 times against the Raiders, but how many different plays did they run? (Click link to read more.)
14 Sep 2006, 10:33am by Mike Tanier
This week's rundown features appearances by Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, naked Joe Cullen, and -- unfortunately for Kansas City -- Damon Huard. Find out why that boy is poison.
75 comments, Last at 18 Sep 2006, 3:50pm by billvv
08 Sep 2006, 05:59pm by Mike Tanier
There are some things you take for granted when going to a game, like traffic jams and parking hassles. Believe it or not, most teams and cities work hard to make getting to the game, if not half the fun, at least a safe, pleasant experience. Mike Tanier heads to the desert and discovers what it takes to provide adequate parking for a football palace.
31 comments, Last at 15 Sep 2006, 9:34am by Steve W
08 Sep 2006, 12:44am by Mike Tanier
Mike Tanier's back, and he's got all the numbers on what you're going to see this season -- and this week.
45 comments, Last at 12 Sep 2006, 9:25pm by Michael
01 Sep 2006, 03:46pm by Mike Tanier
In the TDZ season premiere, Mike Tanier discovers a foolproof strategy for football success, only to discover that the world's not ready for his radical ideas. Find out what happens when correlation and causation walk a mile in each other's cleats.
50 comments, Last at 12 Sep 2006, 4:56pm by Stats Inc.
21 Aug 2006, 12:50pm by Mike Tanier
Offensive motion before the snap is tightly regulated. But defensive players can move around as much as they want, shifting formations and creating mismatches. Defensive coordinators call this pre-snap motion "stemming," and it is the subject of this summer's final Strategy Minicamp.
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19 Aug 2006, 12:49pm by Mike Tanier
And now, the moment you've been waiting for ... an article where Buffalo and Cleveland rank in the top five!
49 comments, Last at 29 Aug 2006, 1:27pm by PackMan